Funky designs camouflage solid functionality.
Your snow princess will be over the moon with the high-flying colors on the Marmot Girls' Moonstruck Jacket. You'll appreciate the tech talk, while your shredding sweetheart will relish that she's dry and warm after a full day of schooling her brother on the slopes. Synthetic insulation won't flag if your daughter holds a yard sale in waist-deep powder, and the hood snaps off when she can't risk ruining her updo. Both in town and on the mountain, the Moonstruck jacket protects your daughter from wind, rain, and tanking temps.
Marmot's MemBrain laminate and fully taped seams keep the snow on the slopes and off your future champion's body. Sweat won't be her downfall, as MemBrain tech takes moisture vapor away from hot bodies and moves it to the jacket surface. Thermal R insulation keeps a low profile while providing high-caliber warmth. Your girl stays toasty from first chair to last without looking like she's an overinflated balloon.
The powder skirt keeps dusty snow from creeping down her pants and up her back. Soft brushed tricot lines the shoulders and collars so her chin doesn't get scraped raw by the cold metal zipper. The hood has a laminated brim, which helps to divert water away from your daughter's face.
- MemBrain 2-layer laminate
- Fully taped seams
- Brushed tricot shoulder and collar lining
- Thermal R insulation
- Powder skirt
- Snap-off hood, laminated brim
- Hook-and-loop cuff tabs
- Item #MAR2789
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: 8
I just bought a 2nd Moonstruck jacket for my daughter, when she outgrew the 1st. We both absolutely loved it. Great quality, obviously the same materials as my own Marmot ski jacket, not some cheap kids gear w the Marmot logo slapped on & crazy price. The colors really pop, so my daughter loves it. It's warm & water repellant - the insulation is moderate for a ski jacket, for better or worse. I like that it's not crazy hot on days in the low 40's, but the flip side is that it's not warm enough on its' own for single digit temps. I'd say it's about perfect - it's thin enough so she doesn't look like a marshmallow going to school, but substantial & roomy enough to be plenty warm when we had -15 wind chill on the slopes with a fleece layered underneath. It's everything I wanted & plan to re-sell this w/her matching Starstruck pants for $100-125. After 1 1/2 seasons of moderate use & a few washes, they look practically brand new. Great gear.